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Re: mind researcher, how is adderall coming along

Posted by katalina on September 2, 2004, at 9:06:38

In reply to Re: mind researcher, how is adderall coming along, posted by mmcconathy on August 31, 2004, at 22:22:41

Hey Matt,

Thanks for responding - I don't get a chance to type a post very often as my small children will almost always find a way to prevent me from using the computer (or talking on the phone, or eating, or going to the bathroom, (any of those selfish acts) etc. w/o interruption) so I recall getting "carried away" because they were not bothering me for once. But yes, I do believe, I had taken my afternoon dose prior to typing that long winded, superfluous post, which I'm sure had a lot to do with the length, although I was probably also excited to be able to type without a helper!

Dexedrine doesn't have the L isomer half that Adderall has (I believe), which is responsible for the central nervous portion of Adderall's effects - physically feeling more energized; but it's also more likely to cause cardio problems than Dex. My resting heart rate on Adderall is 110 - The last time I went to the gym (3 months ago - I just like having the membership tag on my keychain for $40 a month), after 10 minutes on the treadmill my heart rate was 180! Yikes! I felt fine, but talk about looking like a freak if someone were to notice. I appear to be in good shape because I'm thin and toned, but I don't have enough stamina to walk up 4 flights of stairs without Adderall (have always been like that). It's very deceiving; people equate thin with being fit. Not always the case.

ANYWAY, I appreciate wit as well - but I have definitely lost my sharps over the last few years staying home with my kids. Some days it's the bee's knees and others I could jab my eyes out with a shrimp fork. Oh well - it's a thankless job, but at least I don't have to shower if I don't feel like it!

Ciao for now, Katalina

> Katina,
> We have things in common, i found this site about adderall experiences too, and also took L-tyrosine when off adderall.
> I rerember it used to make me feel good about everything i did, moeing, cleaning, working, or just thinking.
> You look like you were on adderall when you typed this post, since it was soo long and detailed. I used to do the same thing in term papers.
> You have tried dexedrine? i thought it was twice as potent as adderall, wierd it did not give you any energy.
> I like witty personality also...........but ANYWAYS!
> Later
> Matt




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